How To Connect Your Mind and Body: Sensory Activities Resources

Can You Really Find Sensory Activities (On the Web?)

Sensory Activities Via The Web A friend recently asked me, “Do you have any ideas on self-help resources on sensory integration processing issues and also mind body connection?" I advised my friend that I’m neither a physical therapist nor an occupational therapist, but that I’d check out some sensory activities and resources from a layperson’s […]

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TWAP033: The Nine Degrees of Autism

Philip Wylie and A Positive Developmental Model for Autism

The Nine Degrees of Autism Have you ever wished for a roadmap to explain your life? Philip Wylie and a panel of autism experts (including Louise Page, Dr. Wenn Lawson, Dr. Michael Fitzgerald, Dr. Tony Attwood, and Dr. Temple Grandin, and more) have created a positive developmental model to explain autism across the lifespan. About […]

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One Best Way To A Healthy Relationship

A Surprisingly Easy Practice You Can Start Today

I would maintain that thanks are the highest form of thought; and that gratitude is happiness doubled by wonder. ~G.K. Chesterton Have you ever tried to improve your marriage? If so, you’ll know that it’s difficult because you’ve not seen much progress. So what do you do? Gratitude: One Best Way To A Healthy Relationship […]

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TWAP032: Autism Risk and Safety Management

Private Investigator Dennis Debaudt Shares Tips and Strategies

Joining me this week is the amazing Dennis Debbaudt, consultant to law enforcement and first responders on the topic of autism risk and safety management. Here’s some background on Dennis, from his site: Dennis Debbaudt is the leading global voice on autism training for law enforcement and emergency responders. Dennis Debbaudt was first to address the […]

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Is Emotional Self Regulation Worth [$] To You?

How To Improve Emotional Self Regulation In 60 Minutes

A MindTools.com article about emotional self regulation opened with this illustration. There is a Native American story called “The Two Wolves.” It starts with an old Cherokee telling his grandson about a battle that often goes on inside people. He says, “My son, the fight is between two wolves. One is evil. It is angry, envious, jealous, […]

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